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this morning on the kron 4 morning news.a vigil held for the victim of a beating in duboce park as police continue to search for a suspect. and a 14-year-old gilr says she was groped aboard a plane headed for s-f-o. i'm james fletcher. >> erica: a lot of clout cover this morning and a head of drizzle. not much different than
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24 hours ago. take a look it san rose recently 54 degrees. satellite and radiar shows at the marine layer. it's clear actually and land right now. was a lot of sunshine by this afternoon. >> erica: and e.f. yesterday in the low 80s. 76 and san mateo. expect temperatures to climb out of the push into the weekend. in fact by the middle of next we don't be surprised if the squeeze out a few low 90s.
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>> erica: so far so good on traffic. san mateo bridge is problem free that time is 13 minutes. >> james:heartache for the family of a san francisco man found brutally >> james:today. he was taken off life support. >> james:and this morning there is still no word on who attacked 31- year-old bryan higgins and left >> james:now. police are investigating his death as a murder. >> james: killer. >> reporter: this is a busy and this section is where he was left for dead. >> reporter: police are still trying to figure out if this is a robbery. is there a connection between the suspect
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and the victim or if it's a hate crime. >> reporter: the artist was found lifeless line and the street with no shirt in the wild. >> reporter: police immediately started looking for the suspect was described as a white man between 20 and 30 years old wearing a gray sweater. >>: take this person off the street-out victimizing people. >> reporter: police are not willing to release that surveillance. but they do tell us that they have been gently searching for suspects. >> james:and last night more than 100 people gathered to pay their respects to higgins. >> james:they held a vigil on a small hill in duboce park where he was
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>> james:many of the people at the vigil >> james:however, others who came to the park didn't know him but still wanted to express their >>: i did know him but i wanted to play a part in this community and show support. >> james: people at the vigil held a moment of silence shotly after yesterday afternoon. >> james:the f.b.i. is investigating the groping of a 14- year old girl. aboard a u.s. airways jet. to s- >> james:the alleged incident happened charlotte. court documents say, the suspect touched the girls thighs and breast, and then held her hand. you." >> james:police say he say he also told >> james:the girl asked to be re-seated and she was. the suspect, identified as bed prakash. has been charged with assault on a victim under age 16.
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>> james:he will be arraigned in federal court. and faces a maximum of one year in federal prison. and >> james:the bay area woman who stowed away on a plane from san jose to los angeles. will now spend some time to jail. >> james:marilyn hartman was ordered by the court. to stay away from l-a-x. but did not. >> james:yesterday a los angeles judge sentenced her to 177- days in jail. >> james:hartman is well known at the airport in san francisco. >> james:she has tried to get on several flights. and has been cited. and ordered to stay away from s-f-o. >> james:a boston based law firm has filed a claim against the city of san francisco. on behalf of the teen killed in the asiana airline crash at s-f-o last year. >> james:16- year old ye meng yuan was a passenger on flight- 214. once out of the burning plane. she was run overf by two fire trucks responding to the scene. and died. >> james:firefighters told investigators. they assumed the girl was dead from impact. >> james:her parents are filing a wrongful death lawsuit.
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>> james:she was one of three people who died when the asiana plane came in too low for a landing at s-f-o. >> james:city officials say. they cannot comment on case, because they have not seen the lawsuit yet. >> james:california lawmakers voted to put a seven-point-five billion dollar water plan on the november ballot. >> james:the measure marks the largest investment in the state's water infrastructure in decades. >> james:the plan is designed to rebuild reservoirs, clean up contaminated ground water and promote water saving technologies. >> james:after weeks of negotiations the measure sailed through both houses of the legislature with only one decenting vote. >>: this is a very serious moment. that outcome have been that i finally was able to see this in my life. lawmakers say the vote was not for them but for the future of california. >> james:coming up on the kron 4 morning news.how comedians in san francisco are planing to
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honor robin williams. >> james:plus.more than 300- thousand people in danger of losing their health insurance under obamacare. who could be in trouble. >> james:and.candlestick park getting ready for it's final event. >> james: the ride on 92 is moving well with no issues and >> james: the ride on 92 is moving well with no issues and we promise to report if it does begin we promise to report if it does walked in to a mcdonald's and discovered an extraordinary burger with heaps of jalapeños... ...for only two dollars. within minutes, they had also discovered the phenomenon of "economnomnomics" nomnom... nom? nom nom the jalapeño double, try it now for just $2 on mcdonald's dollar menu and more. it's economnomnomcial. ♪ nom...nom...nom...
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san francisco - waiting for the right time to honor robin williams. >> james:mayor ed lee calling him a beloved actor. and friend of the city. >> james:but williams' comic buddies are not waiting around. >> james:as kron 4's vicki liviakis show us, they're planning to pull off a comedy day. so that anybody and everybody can remember robin williams. >>: if he was just robin to me he was just a friend. but he was loved world wide. >> reporter:comic debi durst is a long time friend of robin williams. and a big part of comedy day here at golden gate park that's been going on for 34 years. >> reporter:stand up/robin williams used to drop in at comedy day anytime he was in town, so organizers think what better occasion to celebrate his life. >> reporter:it's quiet now but some 40 comics will hit the stage here at sharon meadows on september 14th. >> reporter:debi says the day will be dedicated to robin williams.
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>>: he was of great a part of san francisco and there is just a big hole that will never be filled. >> reporter: comedy day is free to the public, but whatever money is donate to one of robin williams >> james:others across the country still the actor >> james:the lights of broadway went dark last night. in honor of robin williams. >> james:some of the marquee lights in the broadway theater district. were turned off for a minute. >> james:williams made his broadway acting debut three - years ago. starring in the "bengal tiger at broadway acting debut three - years ago. starring in the "bengal tiger at >> james:
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>> james:severe thunderstorms in the northeast. this video is in portland, maine. torrential rains swamped the southern part of the state. creating rivers of water from the main turnpike to local streets. >> james:the area picked up about three inches of rain in less than two hours last night. >> james:firefighters urged residents to >> james:over to new york. where record rainfall caused massive flooding. leaving several cars underwater. roads impassable. >> james:officials say more than 13 inches of rain fell on long island in just a few hours. >> james:you can see water levels reaching the guardrails along this highway. drivers were left standing on the sides of the roads for hours. >>: and add a doctor's
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appointment and so i know when i'll be getting home. >> james:meanwhile, in a shopping plaza on main street, a massive water was seen flowing underneath. >> james:witnesses said a car barely made it over before the road caved in. >> erica: were actually looking at ideas of conditions as we head into the weekend. in fact we're looking at a stretch of the nice weather for the next week or so. san jose at 62 and the same in livermore. in addition we are dealing with the drizzle this morning. the b
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>> erica: 74 for the rest of the bay area. let's see more and the way of a peaceful one of the hot spots at 80 degrees. many of the '80s and the east they. a lot of sunshine to expect. vallejo, not as 77 degrees. 7474 san francisco. you bel >> erica: expect widespread up for a lease and land. not much
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change and what weather pattern as we head into next week. and the site we can beat by 90 as we approach next week. >> erica: as we see some cards are lining up in some of the cash license. san mateo bridge moving well. 25 minutes of what it would take you from the bottom of to the golden gate bridge. >> james:more than 300- thousand people could lose coverage unless they can prove they are u-s citizens or legal residents. >> james:the issue is not necessarily an immigration status problem, but a data- matching issue. >> james:the information they
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provided when they enrolled for the affordable care act does not match what the federal government has on file. >> james:the centers for medicare and medicaid services, which oversees the federal healthcare exchange, says it has been reaching out to the affected people via email, phone calls and letters. >> james:they have until september 5-th to provide the necessary documents, otherwise coverage will end on september 30-th. >> james:same-sex marriage could begin within the next few days in virginia after a federal appeals court decided not to delay the effects of its ruling. >> james:a panel of the u-s circuit court of appeals in richmond on wednesday denied the request by a county court clerk in northern virginia to stay the decision while it is appealed to the supreme court. >> james:earlier this month, the appeals court ruled that virginia's constitutional and statutory provisions barring gay marriage and denying recognition of such unions performed in other states violated the u-s constitution. >> james:the virginia attorney general's office says the earliest licenses could be issued is wednesday, aug. 20. >> james:texas governor rick perry met with some of the one- thousand national guard troops
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he plans to send to the state's southern border. >> james:he's hoping his decision to send extra troops to the border will help "combat" crime now that border patrol is busy dealing with an influx of migrant children crossing into the u-s from mexico. >>:"your message and your mission is very clear. to be that visible presence, to deter the criminal activity, contribute those additional eyes and ears to assist law enforcement and border patrol agents along the border, and i think it's time we stop calling these criminal nice names like cartels and gangs and call them what they really are. >>: these are narco-terrorists, because they are terrorizing americans." >> james:the national guard will patrol the border by air,
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especially at night. >> james:and they will amass at the border, in a move perry hopes will provide a strong enough >> james:another night of unrest in ferguson, missouri. >> james:police fired tear gas at a crowd of protestors wednesday night, after they announced that they no longer found the protest to be peaceful. karin caifa has the latest. >> reporter: police in the streets of ferguson and missouri fired teargas and to the streets. michael brown was the unarmed teenager shot by police. thursday was supposed to be the first day of school for safety it's been postponed. >> reporter: there are still piecing the story together. >>: there are so many witnesses come forward in would try to
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have them come in and be interviewed. >> reporter: witnesses like tiffany mitchell who says she saw the on line team backing up before he was shot. >> reporter: officials still have declined to release the officer's name for a safety. missouri gov. will visit ferguson and later today. >> james:israel has accepted a five-day extension of the cease- fire in gaza. >> james:the head of the palestinian negotiating team announced that the initial truce, which began early monday, had been extended by five days. >> james:israeli and palestinian delegations have been negotiating in cairo through egyptian go-betweens in an attempt to find a more lasting >> james:the gaza conflict has killed more than 19-hundred people on the palestinian side,
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most of them civilians. >> james:67 have died on the israeli side -- most of them, soldiers. >> james:pope francis is in south korea for a five-day visit. and supporters say. he will get a look at the kind of church he has been trying to create worldwide. >> james:the trip, planned to coincide with asia youth day, marks the first time a pope has visited the region since 1989. >> james:it is part of a new papal focus on globalization in general. and on asia in particular. >> james:coming up on the kron four morning news. >> james: so far the ride is moving along well.
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>> james:kansas city is proving to be a tough place to play for bay area teams.
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>> james:a's on the road facing the royals. >> james:and kansas city's jason vargas was dealing from the mound. >> james:he tossed a three- hitter for his 6th career shutout. >> james:the royals win 3-0. >> james:for a's pitcher scott kazmir.it was his second loss to kansas city in 10 days. >> james:he is just 1 for his last 10 starts in kansas city. >> james:the giants scored seven runs after a video review led umpires to overturn an out call at home because white sox catcher tyler flowers illegally blocked gregor blanco, and san francisco went on to beat the white sox 7-1. >> james:in the seventh inning, chicago first baseman jose abreu fielded joe panik's broken-bat grounder to easily throw out blanco for the second out. giants manager bruce bochy challenged the play, and umpires ruled flowers' left leg was illegally blocking the plate before the ball arrived. >> james:white sox manager robin ventura argued the call and was immediately ejected, setting off an epic protest in which he repeatedly kicked dirt on the plate.
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>> james:san francisco snapped a five-game losing streak behind jake >> james:and the nba has release the schedule for next season. >> james:and the warriors will be working on christmas. >> james:the december 25th game against the clippers is just one of a number of notable games. >> james:golden state opens the season on the road in sacramento on october 29th. >> james:and the first game at oracle will be november 1st against the >> james:lebron james will also make an appearance in oakland when the cavaliers come to town on january 9th. >> james: police are searching for two people in connection to a home burglary and walnut creek.
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police are looking now if it was a robbery or a crime. the fbi is investigating the case that the by the woman who was broke. the suspect that parked i face is charges and involving a minor. >> james: maryland hard and was instructed to stay away from al 8 fax. -lax
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>> erica: we are moving and closer to the weekend and closer to a warming trend. was that the day of mild and we have drizzles out there. san disguised by this afternoon. >> erica: it looks like we can see the upper 80s to the warmer and in spots. vallejo hitting 7785 and fairfield. today was too low 80s and the south bay the '80s in livermore valley san francisco 60 and tonight we save the by to candlestick park.
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>> erica: we are looking at when approaching. kinda wondering if people are going to where the flooding not as a year or what. it looks like will see afternoon sunshine and that pattern will carious into early next week. >> erica: a backup started to form at the bay bridge toll plaza. my best guess is this a shift change and only if your cash thing customer will use the that the backup. or at the san mateo bridge and looks good on the approach from highway 92.
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>> erica: conditions improve as you work your way to the city. >> reporter: and after burglars of large and two and a giant foam johnson says the root the is what the room by room trashing the place. taking more of the fifth thousand dollars of staff. >>: it appears they spent a lot of time sifting through jury and kicking the more expensive name brand items.
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>> reporter: on august 3rd her and her family came home to see her items picked through and taken. >> reporter: among the items stolen to credit card next and on the same day of the burglary surveillance cameras caught the these two people on video using those cards. >> reporter: the purchases totaled more than $1,600. if you notice he the one of these people that are considered persons of interest. >> james: oakland police are looking for your help to solve a deadly and run case.
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>> james: william hough jr. was hit by a vehicle and hit and killed on the same police are hoping that witnesses saw what happened. >>: the driver appeared to look see what happened to mr. hall and get back in the vehicle and proceeded to drive. >> james: witnesses tell police a man driving a white powder was saw leaving the scene of the accident. the $10,000 reward will be given.
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>> james: last fall the center announced a fiscal emergency. the lawsuit claims that cutting services affects the various seniors' and low-income residents. >> james: happening today sir paul mccartney will run out fans at candlestick. >> reporter: the lights already turned on here at candlestick park. they brought in trucks and trailers which should be a memorable event at candlestick park. the video is black and
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white and dream. >> reporter: it's only fitting that paul mccartney closes it down. >> reporter: the video from our partnership with a b seven news shows that fans of the with the civil right on top of the grass. the concert promoter says the venue is in great shape for the final night. >>: this no football team playing there's no baseball team plane the grass is a beautiful in an immaculate setting is beautiful. >> reporter: the promoter says
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there's several other surprises in store. >> reporter: will tell you how san francisco police are planning on having the crowds. >> james: 900 hartack plan for tonight. >> james: 2 bay area masai's filers are busted for prostitution.
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i san jose family says that last in the dark. >> reporter: shattered glass lay as a grim reminder of what happened to a file that last month. >>: he was trying to better himself and then this happened. >> reporter: and the neighborhood where he lived for 20 years. >> reporter: the driver occurs hitting and killing the man. this is the 20th traffic that this year and san jose. >>: you expect a little bit
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more transparency from the police department in this been frustrating that we haven't got anything from them at any point in time were always the ones calling and going down to the department looking for information. >>: it's almost as if nothing happened as if this is just nothing. >> reporter: the family is helping someone could tell them something so they can start the healing process. >> james: fall of the battle is brewing over a beachside memorial wall. all of the mementos on the wall will have to be removed. the notice has the state has created a stir.
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>>: to come down and say hi to dad i will not tell my mother that this wall is coming down season 91. >> james: coming up on the kron 4 morning news will have more headlines for you.
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time now for 44 pall mall kearney will play at candlestick.
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>> james: a blood drive will be at the bayview at the ymca. and -- for the meet and greet and that forecast that at noon. the time it's been announced yet for crawford's the half shell and see what time he arrives. >> erica: we are setting things off with a live look at the golden gate bridge. keep that in mind as you work your way into the city. we do have high pressure moving and. we do have some drizzle along the coast line. you see a lot of sunshine by the afternoon.
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>> erica: '70s and '80s and the south bay today redwood city today their film is 85. a 77 and vallejo. san francisco looks at high of 77 degrees. will be ever '80s and land. will continue this pattern of afternoon sunshine. >> erica: i did check with the chp there's nothing to alert you to. is a live look at the san
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mateo bread as a drive times have not changed. there's good with a lot of space between cars. >> erica: as much of the l.a. there is a pretty easy ride into the north bay. >> james: redwood city busted to masai's parlors state that prostitution was being run i of both islands. >> reporter: they're running a prostitution out of the mustache parlors. that also arrested 38
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and for the rose on prostitution charges. >> reporter: on wednesday the doors to the spy were close. stein said construction was being done and the building. the blaser drawn and no one was in sight. >> james: the fremont board has shown to delay for this book. saying that it was too graphic for that grade students. paris opposing the book spoke last night.
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>>: when i saw the book i did not agree with what i saw i do not trust you with my child. >>: these are young adults that not just children in the more they will learn by at from it by their peers or even more dangerous ways. >> james: occurred earlier this month in santa cruz forcing the harbor to experts say the die-offs stem from a higher-than-normal population of anchovies exhausting oxygen in the water and suffocating. >> james:they say it is a natural occurrence. >> james: a hundred 14 mi. long
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high speed surface has been approved. following that to the one of the report. this is the second section of the planned to be ok. board members in favor of the system says it will give sufficient time with time. it will be something if it's ever built. >> james: investigators say that sean the palm or lied about a foot and less injury. >> james: cheaper anticipated and to have since an april.
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she's now a dallas after be pressure still fought fire. >> james: founders of hit and cash is now completed. but all the way that the continuous that sponsors said they decided to and instead of making it a commercialize the business. >> james:five football players from cal poly san luis obispo have been arrested in connection to an armed robbery at at fraternity. >> james: charges filed against the players and all have posted bail.but the arrests are leading to changes for the athletic department. >> james:those changes include harsher drug testing policies. >>: it sends a great message to
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the campus community that we are taking this very seriously. >> james:all five of the football players who were arrested have been suspended from the university. >> james >>: each time i talked to air her voice is clear sign that in that she's feeling better and getting stronger. >>: this is the deadliest outbreak in recorded history.
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man was beaten to death in san francisco park. >> mark: this morning as many kids are heading off to school today. happening today. >> erica: good morning marc i know you're celebrating because its third step but a lot of kids i headed back to school. we do have a thicker fog along the coast line. the north bay were headed out to some drizzle. >> erica: 01 currently at 61 degrees 60 degrees and and yet.
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we will continue to see the same form until the weekend. for details on your extended forecast coming in 15 minutes. >> george: when not tracking any hot spots there is in the accident and san jose is not at committee direction it should not slow you're right. -ride it is some heavy traffic getting to it onto 05 westbound coming out of tracy. >> james:sir paul mccartney will rock out in front of thousands of fans. closing out candlestick with his concert there tonight.
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>> reporter: the this is a concept that took months to plan and base to set up. the concert is at 8:00 tonight. the beatles of course help the final concert here and 1956 so it's only fitting that paul close it down. >> reporter: 49,000 people are expected to attend and that they will have offices outside and inside the park. >>: tailgating is it ok but like every yvette people need to be responsible no underage drinking or access.
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>> reporter: san francisco police said they will make sure no one would try to take a piece of the parked out with them such as seeds. >> mark:a man found brutally beaten in san francisco this past weekend. was removed from life support. >> mark:officials say, bryan higgins was pronounced dead at 3:33 p-m. >> mark:he was found sunday morning near duboce avenue and church street. >> mark:s-f general hospital officials were not able to identify higgins at first. >> mark:he was found without a wallet or any identification. >> mark:police are investigating his case as attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon. >> mark:more than a hundred people gathered to pay respects to 31- >> mark:they held a vigil on a small hill in duboce park. where he was assaulted early sunday.
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>> mark:higgins had a strong circle friends at the vigil. >> mark:however, many others who came to the park wednesday, didn't know higgins , but still wanted to >> james:voters in california will now decide on a seven point five billion dollar water plan. >> james:the measure is in response to the state's historic drought. its aimed at building reservoirs, cleaning up contaminated groundwater and promoting water-saving technologies. >> james:the legislation also replaces an existing water bond that was widely considered too costly to gain voter approval. >> mark:police and politicians in the st. louis suburb where a white police officer fatally shot an unarmed black teenager have vowed to reach across the divide in a community in search of answers. >> mark:in the streets of ferguson, though, the polite dialogue heard at community forums is nowhere to be found. >> mark:instead, officers in riot gear have clashed with people protesting the death of michael brown. >> mark:in the 5 days since that been shot.
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>> mark:wednesday saw more confrontations, and two reporters said they were detained by police before being released. hall >> mark:and at least 12 people have been arrested. >> mark:a number of advocacy groups will host a nationwide moment of silence today in solidarity with the fallen teen. the moment of silence will be held at 7pm eastern time in >> james:a five-day extension of a cease-fire truce in gaza appears to be holding this morning. >> james:it's the longest cease- fire yet since the war escalated last month in the gaza strip. >> james:yesterday, the violence between israel and hamas briefly spiked as the extension of the truce was announced. >> james:but negotiators in egypt are optimistic that a deal for a long term agreement can soon be achieved. >> mark:the raiders seem intent on moving somewhere. >> mark:the san francisco chronicle reports that owner mark davis is upping his efforts to find a new home for the team. >> mark:the team currently has a 1-year lease with o.co coliseum. and they haven't asked for an extension. >> mark:whether san antonio. or los angeles. or another city that makes a play for the
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raiders. any potential move would need the approval of 23 other nfl owners. >> mark:still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. >> mark:police bust a prostitution ring. being run out of a local massage parlor. coming up. plus. >> mark:parents in an east bay town. venting their anger at the board controversial sex ed book. we have the latest. we have the latest. bulldog: if you're like me, you've been working like a dog all year. but you don't need to camp out 'til labor day to reward yourself. mattress discounters labor day sale is on now! rest those tired bones on a queen size serta mattress and box spring set. right now, they're just $397. get 48 months interest-free financing on the entire
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drive time. >> james:redwood city police busted two massage parlors and arrested three people in connection with a prostitution ring being run out of the parlors. >> james:27 year old ting sun was running the prostitution operation out of the new spa massage parlor on el camino real. >> james:police arrested sun and charged her with pimping and pandering. >> james:also arrested. 38 year old li zhend and 44 year old winnie tse. on prostitution charges. >> james:police say the group was operating out of the new spa massage parlor as well as the aurora spa, which is also in redwood city. >> mark:the fremont board of education has voted to delay the use of a new sex education textbook. >> james:this is because the new book cause outrage from the community. >> james:hundreds of people showed up to discuss the use of the book at
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>> james: inside was too graphic and students. >> james: signed a petition to stop the district from using the book. morning news. >> james:a teenager hides and lives inside a walmart for four days. we'll tell you how he went undetected. >> james:and a special day in san francisco to honor late actor and comedian robin williams. details after the break. >> james: as you're getting your kids morning.
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>> mark:youre looking at video from maine on the left. and new york on the right. >> mark:long island residents were told to remain off the roads yesterday. after 13 inches of rain fell on wednesday morning. >> james:an historic visit in south korea. as pope francis calls for peace on the war- divided korean peninsula. >> james: that had triggered flooding making rose difficult to access if not impassible. >> erica: as for now to visit our and the low 60s san francisco palace 61. 62 and san jose. san rose to 54. in light
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>> mark: mentioned visibility is down to a quarter of a mile on the golden gate bridge. >> erica: that compress merck murray miller actually allowing drizzle to form. after no will be warmer than yesterday of the gulf few upper 80s the ballot. the mountain view it's that high of 77 fat and 80 in fremont. 85 in fairfield. >> erica: will continue the pattern of morning fog. it could
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be a slight bump in temperatures as we head into next when said. which of the '90s and the land. and upper 60s for the coast. >> george: is not a hot spot but the seed each piece will be responding to an accident. the right lane is blocked but traffic is so light there's no delay is there. >> george: this 11 minute commute time. san ramon valley looks good and heavy traffic is still confined onto 05. the north bay write literature. the
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bay bridge right is very light no problems on the stand. the san mateo bridge this and at that to me. >> george: golden gate the crew is still on the stand. a little more traffic than we generally see this early but no delay for westbound right. >> james:here's video of him arriving in seoul. the five day visit marks the first time a pope has visited the region since 1989. >> james:the pope told south korea's president that peace requires forgiveness and mutual respect. and that diplomacy must be encouraged from both sides. >> james:his comments come as north korea fired five projectiles into the sea.
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>> mark:three shelters for unaccompanied immigrant children set up on military bases have closed. >> mark:they were opened to cope with a surge of central americans illegally crossing the border. >> mark:the shelter at joint base san antonio-lackland in texas, the southwest oklahoma and the shelter at naval base ventura all shut down last week. >> mark:about 7,700 children were housed at the shelters. >> mark:the shelters could be reopened if border crossings spike again. >> james:same-sex marriage could begin within the next few days in virginia after a federal appeals court decided not to delay the effects of its ruling. >> james:a panel of the u-s circuit court of appeals in richmond on wednesday denied the request by a county court clerk in northern virginia to stay the decision while it is appealed to the supreme court. >> james:earlier this month, the appeals court ruled that virginia's constitutional and statutory provisions barring gay marriage and denying recognition of such unions performed in other states violated the u-s constitution. >> james:the virginia attorney general's office says the earliest licenses could be
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issued is wednesday, aug. 20. >> mark:the bay area woman who stowed away on a plane from san jose to los angeles. will have to spend some time in jail. >> mark:marilyn hartman was ordered by the court to stay away from l-a-x. but she did not. >> mark:yesterday a los angeles judge sentenced her to 177- days in jail. >> mark:hartman is also well known at s-f-o. >> mark:she has tried to get on several flights. and has been cited. and also ordered to stay away from s-f-o. >> mark:hiding behind merchandise, stealing food and wearing diapers. >> mark:that's how witnesses say a teenage boy lived in a texas walmart -- unnoticed for days. >> mark:the 14-year-old set up a campsite in the aisle with the baby strollers. >> mark:he created a crack in the back wall of the drink aisle to grab juice and even collected a fish from the pet department. >> mark:the boy would change in and out of every few hours to avoid detection. >> mark:he was so concerned
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about being caught he wore diapers instead of using the store restroom. >> mark:eventually, a trash trail led to the teen's discovery. >> mark:police were called and released the boy to the custody of relatives. >> james:members of the bay area comedy scene will come together next month to celebrate the life of actor and comedian robin williams. >> james:40 comics will perform at the annual "comedy day" at sharon meadows september 14th. >> james:over the years, williams would drop by when he was in san francisco. many up and coming comedians would perform alongside him. >> james:the event, which has been happening for more than 30 years, is free to the public. but whatever money is raised will go to one of williams favorite charities. still ahead on the kron 4 morning news. >> james:sea world's earnings are released and their stocks * plunge. and the controversial documentary "blackfish" could be
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the cause. details ahead. >> james:and those looking for a healthier alternative of french fries. will have to look further than burger king. >> james:why they are getting rid of their "satisfries". after the break. isow dicious it n be rsh's mores, the mistableaste at rindss that fe idelicious.
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>> james:taking a look at wall street this morning. mark ad libs futures trading. >> james:here's a look at yesterday's closing numbers. >> james: sea world will cut costs and their earnings and well below expectations.
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and so the work are and the low 30,000. >> mark:the oakland raiders time at o-dot-co could be close to over. >> mark: team may end up. in a live report. >> mark:and a man behind bars for him. next. >> mark:plus we're watching the weather this morning as many kids are heading off to their firs days of school.
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diverted to minneapolis... i think my giblets are frozen. >> erica: low at the '80s and
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land. was she laughs of sunshine. why. that's why the fault is so close that. time right now is 530 years and at that traffic. >> george: the westbound ride is
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a much easier than usual. >> james:the raiders are seriously considering relocating from >> james:reports say that owner mark davis is stepping up his efforts to find the team a new home. >> james:kron 4's jackie sissel is live at o-dot-co coliseum with more. jackie >> reporter: and just the other day the face the signed a long- term contract to hold that code. and now the raiders have heavy
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speculation. >> reporter: >> mark: davis the map and san antonio and there is speculation that he was moving down there. been speculation became of that they may move back down to loss angeles. >> reporter: davis also said he will not extend the lease year he is interested in getting a new facility built here or somewhere else. >> reporter: he wants the stadium here or somewhere else.
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>> james:the f.b.i. is investigating the groping of a 14- year old girl. aboard a u.s. airways jet. to s-f-o >> james: these were snapped and sad a sacramento house and walnut creek. the burglars got away with a much more than just credit cards. >>: some of my valuable jewelry pieces from my mother and my grandfather who was the twinned. at a charm bracelet that had a connection in the world.
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>> james: the burglars also stole more than $1,600. >> james:the alleged incident happened last thursday. on a flight from charlotte. >> james:court documents say, the suspect touched the girls thighs and breast, and then held her hand. and told her quote- "i love you." >> james:police say he say he also told her "don't tell your mom." >> james:the girl asked to be re-seated and she was. the suspect, identified as bed prakash. has been charged with assault on a victim under age 16. >> james:he will be arraigned in federal court. and faces a maximum of one year in federal prison. and a 100-thousand dollar fine >> mark:a boston based law firm has filed a claim against the city of san francisco. on behalf of the teen killed in the asiana airline crash at s-f-o last year. >> mark:16- year old ye meng yuan was a passenger on flight- 214. once out of the burning plane. she was run overf by two
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fire trucks responding to the scene. and died. >> mark:firefighters told investigators. they assumed the girl was dead from impact. >> mark:her parents are filing a wrongful death lawsuit. >> mark:she was one of three people who died when the asiana plane came in too low for a landing at s-f- >> mark:city officials say. they cannot comment on case, because they have not seen the lawsuit yet. >> mark:the twitter- led scavenger hunt --hidden cash-- has come to an end. >> mark:founders of hidden cash-- jason buzi and yan budman-- released a statement this week. >> mark:they say, they have been touched by their project. and were happy to bring people together and make them smile. >> mark:they say, the only way they could continue the project, was to get sponsors. >> mark:but, they decided to end it and avoid turning it into an >> mark: san francisco. the final cash drop was in new york city on august third. 10 a.m. rep. mike honda, d-san jose, will help distribute some
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>> james:1,000 backpacks to low- income sunnyvale students. sunnyvale community services' warehouse, 725 kifer road, sunnyvale >> james:it's back to school for students in some bay area districts. >> james:and today, a lot of students are classrooms. >> james: >> james: >> james: >> james:you can email us at i- report-4-kron-at-kron4-dot-com. or >> james:we've also posted your back to school pictures on our website ---- kron-4-dot-com. it's kfc night. >> stanley: is on the robin [cheering] last week we hosted. this week the kids invited us to their place. we got this delicious kfc meal and 2 extra sides for free. for free!
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>> james:a kind-hearted employee at a florida grocery store has won plaudits online after recently going out of his way to help an elderly shopper. >> james: now gone viral. >> james:the incident happened last week at a grocery store when an employee generously got down and tied the undone shoelace of an older gentleman who was doing his weekly shop. >> james:the random act of kindness was caught by another shopper then posted to the grocery store's facebook page. >> james:since then-- comments have been pouring in for the employee. >> james: have been posted. ...we need to break up.
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the for they can snap a photo. benny and the phone back to the passenger and off they go. >>: keep moving have a good day. >> stanley: everyone does that parked their car and share respect legally. for those just toning and where the movie ms. the fire was so. one of the morning reported his says use of care but some due out there that have to go home. >> stanley: like this driver was
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stabbed and above some for approval to pay their respects. this cab was abandoned so this driver can come and and also blocked the disabled rat. they will get a ticket on the fly which means it will be in the metal. >> stanley: people are double parking and think it's completely ok. i did it i really do but is it really worth risking other people's safety who just that just happens to be from. >> erica: becker phone ths
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morning visibility down to just a quarter mile. pretty hazy conditions out there. is pretty typical for this time of the morning. look at how chile is and san rose its 54 degrees. >> erica: it will bit warmer after them the downside is that there is some drizzle to stamp out your day. by lunchtime 60 cosi 70 inside the bay. those eighties become more apparent by the afternoon. and '60s by at o'clock this evening.
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>> george: if the kids aren't headed back to school mitchell that the jacket in the morning. 85 degrees in fairfield and east bay shoreline at lots of sunshine expected. >> erica: would also have sir paul mccartney shutting down of the stick tonight. we will have cloud cover moving in at a loss for our of the little chilly up there. i'm really wondering if it with a 49 this year. >> geo >> erica: 10 pitches were near 90 by next week.
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>> george: then the lights have been prepared at the bay bridge and over the last several months we've seen it median the likes move followed a buyer of for 30 minutes. but the new stand they've been activated before. >> george: on highway 92 is still easy trip. goading date is still a problem for free moving and to more and. that includes an est. 580. at dawn of another toll line 04 and now that 10 minutes. plus checking that
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traffic backs and looking at your right around the bay pretty cut drive time around the day. >> george: through the san ramon valley we continue to try 28 minutes of the drive time. one old 101 northbound and 101 southbound is without delay. >> james: appeals court has shot down sterling a pill that there's nothing they could do when that team has already been sold. it is a done deal. >> mark: kansas city proving to
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be a tough place to play as the phase i looking up for wind as they face their royals. he tossed a three hitter for a shutout when he retired 23 athletics. it was the second loss to kansas city and just 10 days. >> mark: and the giant score seven rounds after the umpire overturned a call. they got on well at it turns out that catcher was blocking the plate without the ball. the white sox go not as. but after that the giants scored seven runs. then
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they beat the white sox 7 to 1. >> mark: now basketball the warriors will be working on christmas. the warriors will play the clippers and that's one notable band. and first game that oracle beat and november 1st against the lakers and at low brine and jambs will make an appearance on november 9th. will take a break at 551 will have today's headlines >> james: his a live look outside a great looking shot. ...we need to break up.
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the countdown is on >> mark:hundreds of people show up in fremont to discuss a controversial textbook covering sex ed for students. >> mark:and we're watching the weather this morning as many kids are happening today. closing out candlestick with his extra security will be on hand to make sure no one tries to leave with a piece of the >> reporter:

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